Manufacturer: ASELSAN inc.  
Product type: Night Vision Devices  
Name: Thermal imaging camera  

EYE Thermal Imaging Camera is state of the art high performance thermal imager designed for detection, recognition and identification of threats at long ranges during day-night and adverse weather conditions, including battle field conditions.

EYE Thermal Imaging Camera is a modern, compact, low weight, cost effective imaging thermal system. It can be used for surveillance and reconnaissance purposes as well as thermal imager of an integrated sighting system, laser designation system, etc. It can be easily integrated to various platforms.

EYE Thermal Imaging Camera has various of system configurations, including EYE with tripod, operator control unit, pan&tilt unit.

EYE Thermal Imaging Camera has EYE-S, EYE-M, EYE-L models with different optical assemblies.

EYE Thermal Imaging Camera also has models appropriate for naval applications, additional to land applications.

General Specifications

  • Lightweight and Compact Structure

  • Field of View Selection

  • Focus Adjustment

  • Reticle Adjustment

  • Gain and Level Adjustment

  • Polarity Change (Black hot/White hot)

  • Automatic Image Optimization

  • Image Freeze

  • Electronic Zoom

  • External Software Update

Accessories for use with EYE (Optional)

  • Mini Operator Control Unit

  • Helmet Mounted Display (Pirate)

  • Operator Control Unit with Monitor

  • Pan/Tilt Unit (motorized or manual)

  • Tripod

  • Connection cables

  • Battery and Battery Charger Unit

  • Carrying Bag

Technical Characteristics

  • Electronic Zoom: x2

  • Matrix Dedector Band: 3 - 5 pm

  • Cooldown Time: < 7 min. (at 23 C )

  • Video Output: CCIR

  • External Power: 18-32 Vdc, -20 W (nominal)

  • Control: RS232

Environmental Specifications

  • Operating Temperature: - 32 C, + 50 C

  • Storage Temperature: - 45 C, + 60 C




Narrow Field of View




Wide Field of View




Continuous Zoom




Weight (without acessory)

< 2.7 kg

< 3.5 kg

< 4.3 kg

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